Syracuse ice hockey inches closer to first-round bye with 3-0 victory over Mercyhurst

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ As Paul Flanagan stood outside his team’s locker room, resting against the outside of the boards with purple Gatorade and stat sheet in hand, the audible result of two points rung from just beyond the doors.“Shape of You” by Ed Sheeran blasted in the SU locker room, then cheers and whoops of a victorious night drowned out Flanagan’s answers about special teams and goaltending. Since November, Syracuse’s head coach has preached the importance of two points. Now in the home stretch of College Hockey America play, the importance of two points is boldface in the minds of SU’s personnel.And Friday night, the Orange (11-11-5, 10-3-2 CHA) picked up another two points as it defeated Mercyhurst (10-17-2, 6-8-1) 3-0 at Tennity Ice Pavilion. The win wasn’t pretty, and the Orange didn’t dominate play, but it came out with two more points and one step closer to a CHA tournament bye.“Getting the two points is huge,” senior defender Larissa Martyniuk said. “Hopefully tomorrow we get another two.”Flanagan said he thought his team started out strong, but saw a little lull in the middle of the period. Part of that was rough play, board battles, stick checks and tons of contact. Mercyhurst used its forecheck and physical play to keep SU buried in its zone.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textEventually, the Orange generated some chances, but it was much of the same: loose pucks and bodies flying everywhere. The game was rough and tumble right from the very start.“I love when people slash me and stuff,” Martyniuk said. “It makes me laugh. It’s nice when you can get away with a little bit.”With 52 seconds left in the first period, SU took the lead. After senior forward Jessica Sibley drew a penalty with three seconds left in a Mercyhurst powerplay, Syracuse had a skater advantage of its own.The Orange, finally free of errant sticks and hard-hitting shoulders, could move the puck. Junior forward Emily Costales found freshman forward Savannah Rennie behind the net. Rennie moved to the front, just out of the reach of Lakers goaltender Sarah McDonnell’s stick, and fired across the outstretched goalies body.“A little bit of patience and I saw an opening,” Rennie said, “I just tried to get it on net.”The puck found its way up into the top left corner of the net, and SU never relinquished the lead. Two third period goals from junior forward Alysha Burriss sealed the game for the Orange.On both of the goals, Burriss was positioned in the right spot. A rebound, a bouncing puck, and the swipe of a stick to go five hole on MacDonnell twice. That’s all it took.The Orange won every statistical category, but until the third goal, the Lakers were never out of it.“Thirty-five years I haven’t seen a perfect game yet,” Flanagan said. “Just get those two points and keep climbing that ladder.”It wasn’t a dominating win. It wasn’t a pretty win. But it was a win. And with the march toward Buffalo, the CHA tournament and a first round bye in full swing, Syracuse will take it. Comments Published on February 10, 2017 at 11:33 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Grahamlast_img read more

Task of containing Christian Yelich falls to Dodgers rookie Walker Buehler in Game 3

first_imgIn Game 3, the task of containing Yelich falls to rookie right-hander Walker Buehler.Buehler’s power repertoire, with fastballs in the mid- to high-90s and multiple types of sliders, stands in contrast to the approach of left-handers Clayton Kershaw and Ryu in Games 1 and 2. He struck out Yelich once in three regular-season plate appearances and allowed two singles.“You can kind of watch a hitter’s approach and kind of their presence in the box and be ready for that,” Buehler said. “But in terms of actual, ‘hey, this guy got out on this pitch, I don’t think it really lines up too well for me with those two guys.’”Location could be a reliable constant. Of the 29 pitches Yelich has seen in the series, only 12 have fallen in the traditional strike zone, per Brooks Baseball.“In games like this against pitchers like this, you don’t expect to get a ton of pitches to hit,” Counsell said. “So sometimes the foul ball is the pitch you had to hit, and then it’s kind of you get into battle mode a little bit. If I would surmise a seven at-bat, eight at-bat stretch, that’s how I would. But I’m confident we’re going to see a big hit from Christian in the next couple of days.” Fire danger is on Dave Roberts’ mind as Dodgers head to San Francisco Cody Bellinger homer gives Dodgers their first walkoff win of season CONTINGENCY PLANLeft-hander Julio Urías was the only relief pitcher left in the Dodgers’ bullpen after Jansen pitched the ninth inning of Game 2. If the Brewers had tied the score, Roberts said starter Rich Hill would have pitched the extra innings.Hill is scheduled to start Game 4 and threw his pregame bullpen session earlier Saturday, but Roberts said Hill was comfortable pitching in an emergency.Max Muncy was his emergency catcher in Game 2.“He’s caught before in the past and we talked about it,” Roberts said of Muncy. “He feels comfortable. Obviously not completely comfortable but I think in that situation obviously you know that that situation might not present itself again.”JEFFRESS CLARIFIESBrewers reliever Jeremy Jeffress backtracked his comments Sunday after telling reporters that the Dodgers’ hitters were “lucky” to score three runs against him in Game 2 – on a bases-loaded walk by Austin Barnes, and an infield single by Chris Taylor followed by a two-run Justin Turner home run.“To set things straight,” Jeffress wrote on his Twitter account, “One lost [sic] doesn’t define my ability. And a home run is never lucky. I was referring to the cheap hits before. Everyone are [sic] professionals here. Except the ones who criticize. Thanks have a blessed day.”Related Articles Dodgers hit seven home runs, sweep Colorado Rockies LOS ANGELES — Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich batted .326 in the regular season, with 36 home runs and 110 RBIs. He fell two home runs and one RBI short of baseball’s Triple Crown, and is the betting favorite to win the National League’s Most Valuable Player award.In the Brewers’ three-game NL Division Series against the Colorado Rockies, Yelich barely saw any pitches to hit, drawing six walks in 14 plate appearances. He still managed to club a home run and steal two bases.So far, the Dodgers have neutralized Yelich’s impact. A single against Hyun-Jin Ryu in Game 2 is his only hit in 10 NLCS plate appearances. As the series shifts to Dodger Stadium, not far from where Yelich starred at Westlake High School, Brewers manager Craig Counsell believes there’s no secret to the Dodgers’ strategy.“I think they’ve pitched him well, but I’m not seeing anything different,” Counsell said. “You’re seeing kind of the same attack plan. If anything, what you’ve seen is you’ve seen – I’ve seen just more foul balls. … The couple of pitches he may have got to hit he’s fouled them off.” How Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling topped the baseball podcast empire Dodgers’ Max Muncy trying to work his way out of slow start Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Errorlast_img read more

Guardians of the Galaxy will be hitting Wellington Regent Theater this weekend

first_imgWhen: Friday 7 p.m. Saturday, Sunday 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Rated: PG-13. Time: 2 hour and 1 minute Movie Synopsis: From Marvel, the studio that brought you the global blockbuster franchises of Iron Man, Thor, Captain America and The Avengers, comes a new team-the Guardians of the Galaxy. An action-packed, epic space adventure, Marvel’s “Guardians of the Galaxy” expands the Marvel Cinematic Universe into the cosmos, where brash adventurer Peter Quill finds himself the object of an unrelenting bounty hunt after stealing a mysterious orb coveted by Ronan, a powerful villain with ambitions that threaten the entire universe. To evade the ever-persistent Ronan, Quill is forced into an uneasy truce with a quartet of disparate misfits-Rocket, a gun-toting raccoon, Groot, a tree-like humanoid, the deadly and enigmatic Gamora and the revenge-driven Drax the Destroyer. But when Quill discovers the true power of the orb and the menace it poses to the cosmos, he must do his best to rally his ragtag rivals for a last, desperate stand-with the galaxy’s fate in the balance. (C) Walt Disney Sneak Peak tonight!: Middle School Special Screening is Thursday at 7 p.m. Wear your Knights t-shirt and get in for only $6!center_img This week at the Regent Theater: “Guardians of the Galaxy” (Movie trailer is below). Rotten Tomatoes rating (movie critics collective approval ratings): 92%. Audience review: 95% approval.Movies ahead at Regent Theater:Next weekend:Into the Storm.last_img read more

Deputies investigating after body found near Loxahatchee Groves canal

first_imgPolice are investigating a body that was discovered Friday afternoon on the bank of a canal in Loxahatchee Groves.Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the 14500 block of North Road at 2 p.m. and found a person who told officers he was fishing in the area when he discovered the body.Investigators said there were no signs of trauma found on the body.The victim was later identified as Daniel Lehnert, 36.last_img

Saints prove they can compete against the best during Alberta trip

first_imgSaints Learn Plenty on Trip to LethbridgeThe Selkirk College Saints men’s hockey team took their game to the next level on a roadtrip east this past weekend and discovered they can hold their own against Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) competition.In a special pre-Christmas journey, the Saints traveled to Lethbridge, Alberta to take on the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns in a two-game exhibition series. Playing against a team with a line-up stacked with former major junior players, the Saints showed they can compete with a 4-3 win on Friday night and a 5-1 loss on Saturday.”Our game plan was to go after them and not sit back,” said Saints head coach Alex Evin. “We scored first on Friday night and just built confidence from there. It was a fun game to be a part of and the biggest win for our hockey program to this day.”Facing former Saints’ netminder Alex Sirard—who backstopped Selkirk to its first British Columbia Intercollegiate Hockey League (BCIHL) title in 2012-13—the visitors came out flying. Selkirk’s Tyler Kerner opened the scoring early in the first and despite Lethbridge answering before the opening frame ended, the Saints outshot their opponents 11-8. Five minutes into the middle stanza, Saints’ captain Logan Proulx made it 2-1 when he put away a nice pass from Darnell Dyck. Alex Milligan continued his strong play and gave the Saints a 3-1 lead before the end of the second period.Early in the third, Kerner’s second goal of the night gave Selkirk a 4-1 lead. Benefitting from powerplay opportunities, the Pronghorns fought their way back with a strong push and scored two goals. Saints’ goaltender James Prigione stood tall in the final period, eventually turning away 33 shots in the game and preserving the victory.”Tyler Kerner had a tremendous game and had a lot of family and friends in the stands,” said Evin. “James Prigione was also a standout and provided a calming presence on the back end when the Pronghorns pushed back. James had great rebound control all night.”Bent on revenge, on Saturday night the Pronghorns were determined to even up the weekend. The teams exchanged goals in the first period, with Dyck getting the marker for the Saints. But in the second period, the Pronghorns scored three unanswered goals to put Selkirk in a hole they could not dig themselves out of in the third.The intent of the first ever foray into CIS territory was to provide the Selkirk College players an intimate look at hockey at the university level. With five years of post-secondary eligibility available to players, one of the goals of the Saints’ program is to move players onto the next level to complete their studies and hockey careers.In that capacity, the weekend was a major victory for the Saints organization.”We learned a lot from our two games against U of L,” said Evin. “In Friday’s win, all of our details were magnified in our systems and our players did a good job of understanding and recognizing that. It was nice to see our group buy in and play a tremendous road game.”The Saints will now take a break for the exam/holiday season. They will return to action on January 9 and 10 at the Castlegar Recreation Complex where they will take on first place Trinity Western University. The Saints—who are two-time defending BCIHL champions—currently sit tied for third in the five-team league.last_img read more

49ers 9, Washington 0: Defense posts first shutout since 2016

first_imgLANDOVER, Md. — Their white jerseys muddied amid Sunday’s steady rain, the 49ers celebrated their 9-0 win over Washington by doing head-first slides all over FedEx Field, with Nick Bosa leading the way after his game-ending sack.“I looked back and saw the guys sliding. It was a pretty good ending,” Bosa said.Coach Kyle Shanahan enjoyed it, too, and even considered joining the slip-and-slide celebration after the 49ers’ first shutout since the 2016 season opener against the Los Angeles Rams. …last_img

Air New Zealand Business Class Review

first_imgFor some, flying Business Class overseas is a common occurence, but for most of the population it’s a treat that happens seldom. No matter what category you fall into, you the customer are paying more for Business Class and naturally you expect a faultless and pleasant experience. I was excited to test the long haul Business Class product on Air New Zealand after hearing very positive reports from our website viewers. Could this airline really be “that good”? The moment I stepped on board and was greeted with a champagne, hot towel and personalised welcome I knew immediately that there was something different about this airline – they had an energy, an edge and I immediately liked what I saw. Whilst this review centres around Air New Zealand’s Business Premier Class, in the coming weeks we will also be presenting our review of Premium Economy and Economy to demonstrate why Air New Zealand is quite simply, world class. Customer serviceThere is no denying that Air New Zealand’s strength that sets them apart at “the pointy end of the plane” is their cabin crew. Whilst I was travelling as a guest of the airline the cabin crew had no idea I was reviewing the flight and the exemplary customer service I received was clearly received by every single passenger in that cabin. The crew are quite simply professional, passionate, helpful and friendly beyond belief. They like their jobs, they like the company they work for and they are proud of what they do and how they do it. One passenger summed it up perfectly when he said “I sometimes need to travel for work on another airline that has basically the same seat/bed, food and in flight entertainment but they don’t have the wonderfully consistent cabin crew that Air New Zealand has and they’re what make the experience special and make me come back time and time again”. The cabin crew are intuitive and know how to relate to a passenger and meet their needs without the passenger even having to ask. The crew knew I was exhausted on one leg and without even asking how I felt they suggested I should move to a spare seat further back so the noise of the galley wouldn’t bother me. They also picked up that another passenger drank a lot of water and they come around with water bottles before the current one was even empty. Wine glasses were never empty and LED candles were available to those dining together to create a “romantic restaurant in the sky”. I found it very amusing when the crew member delivered my fatty breakfast bacon roll with caramelised onions and said “ma’am – here is the low fat breakfast option you ordered”. The crew have personality, a sense of humour and a warmth about them that you just don’t encounter on every airline. You leave the flight feeling like you have made five or six new friends. Customer service can be so “hit and miss” in this industry but you don’t have to worry about that here, this airline epitomise exactly what Business Class service should be.Seats and CabinThe Business Class seats are arranged in a fishbone or herringbone configuration meaning every passenger has aisle access and privacy which is priceless when you are sleeping, it’s like having a private suite. Despite the industry wide advances in Business Class, some airlines still carry those ‘side by side’ business class seats with no privacy and poor aisle access which is ok when you are travelling with a loved one but when you’re sleeping next to a stranger making all sorts of snorting noises it’s just not pleasant. Having said that – for those that do want to sit together at meal times (or anytime in the flight) it’s absolutely no problem. At the end of every seat is an ottoman with a seatbelt so passengers can dine and wine together without interruption. The leather seat itself is 22 inches wide, has many reclining options and comes with a blanket, thick duvet and full sized pillow. There is an above average amount of storage space both next to the seat (under the TV), in the pop up arm rest and under the ottoman. When you are ready to lie down, the cabin crew will convert your seat within a minute to a fully flat 6 foot 6 inch bed. It is at this point that Air New Zealand shows one of its competitive edges in Business Class – a mattress. Yes – an almost inch thick mattress is laid over the converted seat to create arguably the most comfortable Business Class bed in the sky. It sounds so simple but the difference between two business class beds – one with a mattress and one without is quite amazing. The bed is wide and every side sleepers dream. The seat features a charging station so you can power laptops, mobile phones and other electronic devices. There is an amenity kit at every seat containing an eye mask, ear plugs, hand moisturiser, lip balm, brightly coloured bed socks and an eye mask with an “are we there yet” or “beware I sleep walk” catchphrase on it .The cabin itself features mood lighting to create a suitable mood for the time of day or night. Immediately after the meal service is complete the lights in the cabin are dimmed. For night flights that are flying into daylight all passengers are asked to draw their window shades until the morning.Food and beveragesEvery seat has a food and drink menu as well as an extensive separate wine list. Not long after take-off drink orders are taken and tables are set. Once these were served passengers then had the difficult task of choosing a main and dessert from the  delicious options available for each course. The Air New Zealand staff are highly trained when it comes to food and beverage preparation, service and knowledge. Wines were recommended based on the meal and if you had any questions about the meal they knew the answers and if they didn’t they found out. Tables are lain with a crisp white linen table cloth and all meals are served on china with silverware (there’s not a piece of plastic in sight up here). The entree to Los Angeles was Prosciutto with preserved figs, bocconcini and green olive salsa and from the bakery I chose fresh bread with olive oil. For the main I ordered the Beef short rib with swede and parsnip mash and roasted shallots in balsamic and beetroot horseradish salsa . Dessert was a creamy cheesecake (or ice cream assortment) with a cheese platter to follow. Breakfast orders were taken as you woke up about 2 hours before landing. Fresh juices, tea and coffee are offered regularly and there are plenty of options in the bakery basket for those that want a light meal or an accompaniment to their main. Breakfast is served in two parts, firstly a fruit salad with compote and yoghurt as well as your selections from the bakery basket and cereal. After this is cleared the main breakfast meal is served I asked a few fellow passengers what they thought of their meals just to make sure there was consistency across the board and I received nothing but positive feedback. On late night flights Air New Zealand also offer a quick dine option so you can have something light to eat and go to sleep. I opted for this on the flight home from Los Angeles and it consisted of a soup with a fresh roll and small dessert. Most importantly it was as the name suggested, quick.For passengers that get hungry throughout the flight there is a help yourself snack bar or if you’re just too comfy to move from your bed simply ask the crew and they will give you all the options at your seat.In flight entertainmentEvery seat in Business Class is equipped with a 12.1 inch touchscreen TV. Air New Zealand provides an endless menu of TV shows, movies, documentaries and music which can be enjoyed gate to gate. All viewing is enhanced with a set of comfortable noise cancelling headphones. The TV is stowed in the side of the seat at takeoff and landing but can still be watched quite easily. After takeoff it simply pops out and can be watched whilst sitting, eating and lying down.Final wordAs I sat in my seat, eating my meal and observing the crew closely I felt proud seeing ‘Airline Of The Year’ award winner in action. So often companies win awards and things go downhill thereafter but not here, in fact it just seems to keep getting better. I started to get worried as my plane touched down in Auckland after spending a total of 25 hours in Business class (with return flight) I still hadn’t found a fault. My fellow passengers couldn’t find a fault – every review needs a fault of some kind but still as I write this I simply cannot find one. Air New Zealand are actually “that good”.Read: Air New Zealand Premium Economy ReviewThe author was a guest of Air New Zealand Email: [email protected]: @shazpetersenlast_img read more

Ravena-led crew rules Draft Combine mini-tournament

first_imgPBA IMAGESKiefer Ravena affirmed his place as one of the top amateurs in the country as he dominated the 2017 Gatorade PBA Draft Combine and led his team to the championship.Team A-2, composed of Ravena, Robbie Herndon, Jason Perkins, Lervin Flores, Chris de Chavez, Elmer Cabahug, and Christian Geronimo, bested the Jeron Teng-led Team B-3, 83-72, in the finals of the mini-tournament Tuesday at Gatorade Hoops Center in Shaw.ADVERTISEMENT Kin of Misamis Oriental hero cop to get death benefits, award — PNP Ravena, the former Ateneo stalwart, bagged majority of the awards in the two-day event including the MVP honors.“Maybe my competitiveness really showed up that I didn’t want to lose,” he said as his side completed a sweep. “My mindset is to really win as much as I can, whether individual skills or team competition, especially the team competition because I really wanted to help my team win and make my teammates look as good as I can here in the combine.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutRavena fired 12 points in the finals as Perkins topscored for their team with 20 markers.Herndon added 18 points, de Chavez got 17 markers, and Flores had 13, as their side took home the P75,000 cash prize. Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPA Teng paced his team with 23 points, as he gained support from Ervin Grospe, who had 18 markers, and Dan Sara, who poured in 10.The runner-up squad also had Kyle Neypes, Gian Abrigo, and Zach Nicholls in their team.Ravena was joined by Perkins, Herndon, Teng, and Raymar Jose in the Mythical Five.In the battle for third, the trio of Gab Dagangon, Jett Manuel, and Jose led Team A-1 past Team B-2 of Emil Palma and Louie Vigil, 59-55.Dagangon got 20 points, Manuel unloaded 13 markers, and Vigil had 10.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion Read Nextcenter_img Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Palma and Thomas Torres had 13 points each in a losing effort.The 2017 PBA Rookie Draft is on Sunday at Robinsons Place Manila.Cross-over Semis:First Game:A-2 61 – Ravena 15, Perkins 14, Flores 13, Herndon 12, De Chavez 3, Geronimo 0, Cabahug 0.B-2 58 – Vigil 12, Gabriel 12, Palma 11, Sumido 7, Torres 7, Sargent 6, Baltazar 3.Second Game:B-3 51 – Teng 17, Neypes 11, Abrigo 9, Grospe 8, Sara 5, Nicholls 0.A-1 45 – Manuel 11, Jose 10,  Moralde 8, Dagangon 7, Casiño 5, Apreku 4.Classification Games: Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf PLAY LIST 01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games View comments Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa MOST READ QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort Battle for Third:A-1 59 – Dagangon 20, Manuel 13, Jose 12, Casiño 7, Moralde 5, Apreku 2.B-2 55 – Palma 14, Torres 14, Vigil 12, Gabriel 7, Baltazar 5, Sumido 3, Sargent 0.Finals:A-2 83 – Perkins 20, Herndon 18, De Chavez 17, Flores 13, Ravena 12, Geronimo 0, Cabahug 0.B-3 72 – Teng 23, Grospe 18, Sara 10, Neypes 8, Abrigo 7, Nicholls 0. Calisaan scores 36, Stags knock off Knights for 4th spotlast_img read more

FIFA suspend Peru striker Guerrero for failing doping test

first_imgMOST READ Earlier Friday, the head of doping control of the Brazilian Football Confederation said Guerrero could still provide evidence that he did not take prohibited substances without warning Peru and Flamengo.“If Guerrero has justification for this and that justification was offered before the match against Argentina, it is not a doping case,” Fernando Solera told channel SporTV.Solera also said Flamengo showed evidence that Guerrero did not take any illegal substances during his time with the Brazilian club.ADVERTISEMENT APLIMA, Peru — Peru captain and striker Paolo Guerrero has been provisionally suspended by FIFA for 30 days after failing a doping test.Guerrero tested positive on Oct. 5 after the World Cup qualifying match against Argentina, the Peruvian Football Federation added on Friday.ADVERTISEMENT John Lloyd Cruz a dashing guest at Vhong Navarro’s wedding World Series champion Astros hold off on White House talk Typhoon Kammuri accelerates, gains strength en route to PH Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Kammuri turning to super typhoon less likely but possible — Pagasa Stronger peso trims PH debt value to P7.9 trillion CPP denies ‘Ka Diego’ arrest caused ‘mass panic’ among S. Tagalog NPAcenter_img Read Next The federation did not disclose the banned substance.If the decision is upheld, Peru will miss its main striker for both World Cup playoff matches against New Zealand this month. Peru and New Zealand meet on Nov. 11 and 16.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutThe federation said it “believes the facts will soon be clarified and this issue will be permanently solved.”Guerrero, who plays his club football for Flamengo, scored six times in South American qualifiers and led Peru to fifth place. Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC Japan ex-PM Nakasone who boosted ties with US dies at 101 Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’ PLAY LIST 02:46Makabayan bloc: Duterte suspension order on rice importation only a ‘media stunt’00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games LATEST STORIES QC cops nab robbery gang leader, cohort View commentslast_img read more

HubSpot TV – HubSpot Holidays and the Gift of Beef

first_img MarketingTakeaway – Not everyone is doing PPC. Don’t feel pressured to.Determine if it’s right for your business and then find the right toolsto help you. @jacksonj – I had never seen anyone advertise for followersbefore, well other than that @mvolpe guy. I was curious what y’allstake on it would be.  Like HubSpot TV? Barney’s Last Christmas Forum Fodder George Bush dodges shoes well! Intro @MoneyMender How do you reserve a hashtag? Marketing Takeaway – Think about all elements of your campaign and make sure you have your bases covered. How to interact on Twitter – @karenrubin @mvolpe Marketing Takeaway: Be aware of managing your personal brand. Sometimes imitation can be the highest form of flattery. Headlines MailBag Kenneth Cole & G. W. Bush being nimble and quick – Tracy Porter doing Inbound Marketing Right Marketing Takeaway – Follow your consumers to new tools. 5 million views – Subscribe in iTunes Marketing Takeaway – With video, understand that people can take it, change it and make it their own. You want to make that a positive. 59% of Small Business Don’t Do PPC Remember to subscribe in iTunes –center_img Originally published Dec 20, 2008 10:43:00 PM, updated July 08 2013 SEO Thanks for the feed back on content in the iTunes feed. Topics: ! ** Whopper Virgins Follow up @mikeashworth I didn’t know you could “reserve” hashtags. tell me more… How to measure success on your blog – Dell Sells $1 million of PCs using Twitter Shaq gets on Twitter to take his name back  ** HubSpot TV Episode #20 – December 19, 2008 Don’t forget to share this post! AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to Email AppEmail AppShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to MessengerMessengerShare to SlackSlack Marketing Tip of the Week Closing PPC Marketing Takeaway: Creating good content and doing it quickly. ** Marketing Takeaway: Using video can help you add personality to your brand.last_img read more